True to form, much of Little Junior's music sounds like a clear combination of Pixies’ lo-fi basement punk with Weezer and Jepsen’s penchant for cheery sing-along melody. Helping Little Junior mold their debut in the studio is veteran producer John Agnello, whom the group calls “hilarious” and “a dream.”
Ultimately, though, it’s vital to Little Junior that they help create a space for all music fans, regardless of background or identity. “I think it’s important to have a lot of different viewpoints in music,” says Rane. “I think it’s important we can bring a viewpoint that people who aren’t just like straight people can identify with.
- Rachel Brodsky